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12/03/2014

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Debbie J

I'm from Texas, and we call those green things - horse apples. If you cut them in half, and let them dry, they make interesting looking flower shapes, that can be added to other dried plant material, in an arrangement. Really! I've done it, and they are interesting, similar to a pinecone cut in half. I just thought you'd like to know.

Vicki in Michigan

I'm sure the green potato head creatures are all wearing knitted hats, also seen in the same collage?

:-)

Leslie J. Moran

Hedge Apples. Horse Apples. Is this an American thing....that you regionally distinguish? When we lived in Princeton, I knew them as Osage Oranges. Then again, that's comparing apples to oranges...or is it???

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